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grounding #95533
09/19/05 12:30 AM
09/19/05 12:30 AM
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cruzer  Offline OP
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do you have to pull a ground to the transformer when the last ten feet is pvc.

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Re: grounding #95534
09/19/05 02:09 AM
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Yep, even when not in PVC...

See 250.20 to determine if it needs to grounded (odds are it does) and 250.30 if deemed seperately derived system.


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